PM Modi To Virtually Inaugurate Lucknow Outer Ring Road On March 11th

PM Modi to inaugurate Lucknow Outer Ring Road, easing traffic congestion and benefiting residents from 10 districts.
PM Modi To Virtually Inaugurate Lucknow Outer Ring Road On March 11th

The 104 km long Outer Ring Road (Kisan Path) will be inaugurated on Monday. The 104 km long Outer Ring Road (Kisan Path) will be inaugurated on Monday. This will provide relief to more than two lakh people. Individuals from over 10 districts will be permitted to travel from outside the city to their destination. As soon as the traffic starts on the Outer Ring Road, the traffic jams in the city will reduce.

The National Highway Authority's (NHAI) Project Director, Saurabh Chaurasia, has announced that the inauguration programme will take place on 11th March afternoon at Indira Gandhi Pratishthan. At this point, traffic on the Outer Ring Road will begin to move. Its benefits would be available to residents of Barabanki, Gorakhpur, Ayodhya, Sitapur, Gonda, Hardoi, Kanpur, Varanasi, Rae Bareli, Sultanpur, and other districts. They won't need to travel through the city to get where they're going.

In 2016, Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari and Rajnath Singh laid the Outer Ring Road's foundation stone. Outer Ring Road is one of the dream projects of Rajnath Singh.

On February 20, Lucknow MP and defence minister Rajnath Singh conducted an inspection of the Outer Ring Road. He had instructed them to finish the work as soon as possible at this time. It was informed that the Prime Minister would then officially open it. Additionally, he had declared that the Outer Ring Road would be free of tolls.

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